College Ward is a special part of Ottawa with so much to offer the people who live, work and study here. College Ward is known for its abundant greenspaces, meaningful community connections and vibrant local businesses.
An outer urban ward in west-end Ottawa, College Ward is just south of the 417 and stretches from Maitland Avenue to Moodie Drive and includes Copeland Park, Braemar Park, Bel-Air Park, Bel-Air Heights, Navaho, Parkway Park, Kenson Park, Queensway Terrace South, Ridgeview, Redwood, Qualicum, Graham Park, Bells Corners, Leslie Park, Briargreen, Centrepointe, Ryan Farm, Meadowlands, Crestview and City View.
College Ward is proud to have Algonquin College, Queensway Carleton Hospital, Ben Franklin Place, government offices, recreation spaces and an energized local economy that make it a desirable destination for people across the city.
Over 53,000 people call College Ward home and work hard to make our neighbourhoods welcoming and culturally rich through active community associations, friendly places of worship, clubs, arts, and celebration of linguistic diversity including English, French, Arabic, Italian, Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish and more.
The municipal Councillor for College Ward is Laine Johnson.